Very exciting, considering the triple overtime and all. Foster Mc Koskey (6 pts, 5 rebs.) Vershawn Thompson (4 and 4) Clayton Graves (1 pt, 2 steals) Christian Matticks (0 pts, 2 apiece of assists and steals) Ron Malandro (3 pts) V. *With exactly showing on the clock in the fourth quarter, PC trailed by 14 points, at 60-46.
Then, more than three minutes later, the Green Wave got their first point. At the end of the first quarter, it was boring but I could already sense some tension between the two equal teams. Byrd and Thompson were tearing up the Green Wave like they were on jet skis. -- BREAK OF A COUPLE DAYS TOOK PLACE HERE -- The refs were still killing the game for my boys from GAMP, and it was starting to get everyone pretty upset. =( You GAMP guys played great and you should've won. *Markieff was the only Husky with a field goal over an 11-minute period that spanned from late-first to early-third. The Quips rushed and lost their poise and suffered a big blow with left when their franchise player, sr.
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Next up, Mavs guard/forward Michael Finley complains of a clean ball situation he thought was a foul, however the only one who fouled him was actually himself. Rasheed Wallace had already gotten one technical called by Ron Garretson and the referees tried to protect Rasheed by calling a delay of game call to avoid his second technical foul.
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Audubon got the lead by a missed and-1 rebound play. Byrd forced the 5-second rule on Audubon when they failed to pass it in on time, and that gave GAMP the ball. But, then again, Audubon drove through the Pioneers' defense and tied it up at 61. GAMP started things off with Byrd and Thompson having their share of buckets and boost up the score to 66 points, but the verdant shaded wave is following in their footsteps, and they get 66 as well. Here are the major moments of the final minute: Q went ahead, 66-63, at on the follow of a missed free throw (made possible in part because Markieff, with four fouls, shied away); PC turned it over at 49.1; Q missed a one-and-one at 42.7 (with Marcus rebounding); Markieff dunked on a feed from Marcus at ; Q missed a double-bonus at (with Marcus grabbing the rebound); Marcus got the ball on the left wing, backed his defender into the lane and was grabbed as he began to execute a move at ; he missed the first freebie, but hit the second to create a 66-66 tie; Marcus stepped forward to help on defense and made a steal at at close to three-quarters court; Marcus was fouled almost immediately at and nailed two FTs to make it 68-66 for just the Huskies' third lead of the game (also 6-5 and 8-7); before he could launch a desperation shot, which would have come from a shade inside halfcourt, a Quip was called for traveling at 1.4. PC wound up putting four players in double figures in points: Markieff (16), Marcus (11, thanks to nine FTs), Radford (14, 4-for-5 on treys! Markieff (16) and Marcus (11) enabled PC to ring up a 47-43 rebounding edge. You were looking all over, asking people if they saw your food." He starts laughing. I thought somebody stole my stuff." We drive a little more and I call the wife to let her know our locale and to provide entertainment with assorted Puck stories. I need to know who winnin' for my pool." Anne's place in heaven is sealed. He gave me back the phone and I said to Anne, "That was fun, eh? The other two guys, Malvern's Charlie Floyd ('74) and Episcopal's Nick Alikakos ('17), had two averages lower than that. 1 total (24.6) was also the highest and 63 of those points were scored in a blowout of Germantown Academy. JULY 3 TEDBIT The guys with high scoring averages don't always play for championship teams. Wilt Chamberlain owns three of the top six efforts and I guess we shouldn't be surprised by that.
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Um, #10 from Audubon shouldn't make no-look passes because he messed up one too many. The score was flopping back and forth till the end of the 4th. Audubon was getting restless and their coach was jumping around like a little leprechaun, which wasn't too intimidating. Then #3 from Audubon drove in from the top of the key and made a layup to make it 48-48. It appeared Thompson thought they were still up by one (he was pointing like that right after) so he let the clock run down almost all the way, and unfortunately GAMP wasn't able to finish off the Green Wave (Byrd missed a buzzer-beater), so the game went into overtime. Unfortunately the bang was coming from Audubon, which made the score 55-49 at one point. Byrd passed it to Christian Matticks and he missed a 3. There were many obstacles you had to overcome and you cleared all except for one. *Markieff incurred his fourth foul with 35 seconds left in the third quarter (and never fouled out). G Kevin Radford incurred HIS fourth foul with 8 seconds left in the same session (and never fouled out). F Herb Pope (New Mexico State), fouled out with the score at 62-57.